You can get pregnant any day of the month, including even while you are on your period. Also, no birth control pills are 100% effective, and the chances they will fail to stop pregnancy...
Beyond the PiLL!by
A. Brewster S.
Serial JOKER on the Loose!
Nowadays there's a pill for everything -- to keep your nose from running, to keep you regular, to keep your heart beating, to keep your hair from falling out, to improve...
being on the pill will prevent pregnancy. If you want to try and conceive then I would suggest... prevent a pregnancy like the birth control pill would.
Thinking Outside of the Pillby
By Carol Harblin (CHHC)
Ever look at a pill? Why do we think that Tylenol or a prescription medication is going to solve all our problems with one swallow? Why do we blindly take that pill and not...
However, if she is taking the pill as perscribed and she hasn't had any flux in weight or taken antibiotics (which neutrilize the pill) in the past few weeks then chances of pregnancy are pretty slim
it isn't so much side effects coming off your birth control but rather your body readjusting to its own hormones. Some women adjust right away and get pregnant their first cycle trying while others it takes 6-12 months.
"It’s OK Dude, She’s On The Pill"by
, but you can’t believe a woman that says she’s on the pill any more than you can believe a guy that says it’s his “First time”. Pills are the magic fix for everything, right? Let’s look in to a few of the things...